x-modelable allows you to expose any Alpine property as the target of the x-model directive.

Here's a simple example of using x-modelable to expose a variable for binding with x-model.

<div x-data="{ number: 5 }">
<div x-data="{ count: 0 }" x-modelable="count" x-model="number">
<button @click="count++">Increment</button>
Number: <span x-text="number"></span>

As you can see the outer scope property "number" is now bound to the inner scope property "count".

Typically this feature would be used in conjunction with a backend templating framework like Laravel Blade. It's useful for abstracting away Alpine components into backend templates and exposing state to the outside through x-model as if it were a native input.

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